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What You'll Get
Scent is a subtle tool of seduction, much like smiling or winking your phone number in Morse code. Dot dot dash with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $78 for an approximately 90-minute perfume-making class for two people and $10 store voucher for each person (a $190 value)
- $149 for the above for four people (a $380 value)
- $329 for a private custom perfume-making party for up to 10 people (an $850 value)
- $70 for a DIY perfume party kit for up to 20 people (a $140 value)
See the offered 2012 dates for the perfume-making classes by perusing the contents in the date dropdown box on this page. The private parties for up to 10 people are booked separately and do not have to fall under these class dates.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 24, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 13 or older. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for sale items. Ships to U.S. only. Extra fee for shipping and handling. Extra $50 rush fee applies for DIY kits delivered within 3 weeks. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sweet Anthem Handmade Perfumes
Horseradish vodka and salty pops of red caviar mingle with cigar smoke, baked apples, and freshly plucked orchids. One of Sweet Anthem’ signature fragrances, Anton’s scent is as heady as the concept behind it. Meredith Smith derived the musky fragrance from her honeymoon in Russia, and each note recalls a specific place and time from her trip. “Fragrance is evoking an idea—it’s creating something out of nothing,” explains Meredith. “Fragrance leaves, evaporates, and I want those fleeting moments to be evocative of the inspiration behind it.”
This olfactory philosophy inspired all of her signature scents, which she compounds and bottles by hand in her atelier. Her fragrances shirk the stereotypical floral notes, instead incorporating unusual notes such as tobacco, tomato leaf, and sarsaparilla.
Meredith’s meticulous attention to detail extends to her apothecary itself: tiny glass vials occupy wooden nooks, and long metal tables serve as workspace for her perfume-making classes. In addition to classes, Meredith empowers customers to concoct their own scents with DIY kits and private appointments that teach the fundamentals of perfumery, such as figuring out ingredient volatility and determining which nostril regulates the ability to love.